zaglīgums

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From zaglīgs (thievish; furtive) +‎ -ums (with zaglīgs from zaglis (thief) +‎ -īgs).

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Noun[edit]

zaglīgums m (1st declension)

  1. thievishness (the quality of one who is thievish, who tends to steal)
    trūkums un dažreiz pat ar to savienots zaglīgums — poverty and the often related thievishness
  2. furtiveness, sneakiness, stealthiness {{gloss|the quality of that which is furtive, sneaky, stealthy))
    skatiena zaglīgums — the furtiveness of a glance
    soļu zaglīgums — the futiveness of the steps

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